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CNBC
Aug 18, 2013 7:30pm EDT
columnist at reuters and "the atlantic." gentlemen, good to see you. thank you very much for joining us. barry, what a week. a couple of rough days. the biggest sell-off in the market since june. do you think this is the beginning of a correction a lot of people have been calling for, or is this a buying opportunity? >> no, it's part of the typical fed policy normalization-related corrections that have taken place, basically after every recession and then recovery rally that has occurred since world war ii, you have the long period of stocks advancing and the fed easing and then the fed finally decides, as the data gets better, it's time to normalize policy. look, our broad theme is that we think the economy is getting better and we've reached a real inflection point. things like lower public policy uncertainty has boosted capital investment. labor investment. so things are generally getting better. >> yeah. >> but the markets discounted that. we are up 20% year to date. >> we are double digits, that's for sure. all of the major averages. zach, everyone is talking about the federal rese
NBC
Aug 18, 2013 2:30am EDT
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NBC
Aug 25, 2013 5:30am PDT
for us to go to the press, the public, while we are focused on the issue. >> nin spite of that, the nasda was up. and the dow broke the longest losing streak of the year. the markets continued to climb on friday. the federal reserves coach market committee released the minutes from july's meeting, and investors were hoping for clarity on when the fed was going to slow down the bond buying program rmp they were disappointed as the fed provided few clues on when that will happen. and home depot beat earnings expectations and raised its forecast as did lowe's, staples fell short as did sears and j.c. penney. steve bomber announced from microsoft said he is stepping down. he will retire within 12 months. but will continue on the job until a new leader for the company is found. >>> microsoft shares jumped on the news. >>> a frozen market, some fed speak and questions of tapering, what does it mean for your money? the chief global strategist, and andy cross, gentlemen, good to have you, thanks for joining us. dan, the flash freeze, the nasdaq, halts, trading for three hours because of a t
NBC
Aug 12, 2013 12:30am PDT
keeps moving in the direction it's been going. for us to begin to dial back the monetary accommodation we provided for the system. >> now, he is not a voting member this year do you think the taper begins in september? >> actually our firm does not thinit will happen in september. we think it is obviously in december. obviously we didn't rule out september. but as you pointed out we don't even have that inflation target of 2%. we're still running about 1.3%. >> i agree with you. i can't imagine in about 40 days from today the federal reserve starts cutting the number of bond purchases. but mike you made a really important point this week, i think i heard you on cnbc. and you said maybe just the idea of talking about it was the beginning. what do you see? how do you see it playing out? >> i do think that basically the fed has conditioned investors in terms of what to expect. they've been on the same page in saying tapering is not tightening. you know, those thresholds you mentioned, 6 1/2 unemployment and 2 % inflation target. those are the thresholds for the fed to actual
NBC
Aug 18, 2013 4:00pm PDT
river twice research and reuters and the atlantic, good did see you, thanks for joining us. what a week, triple-digit losses, a couple of rough days. biggest sell-off in the market since june. do you think this is the beginning of a correction a lot of people have been calling for, or a buying tunlts? >> no, it's part of the typical fed policy normalization-related corrections that have taken place, basically after every recession and then recovery rally that has occurred since world war ii. you have had a long period of stocks advancing and the fed easing then the fed finally decides as the economy gets better it's time to normalize policy. look, our broad theme is that we think the economy is getting better. and we've reaches a real reflection point. uncertainty has boosted capital investments, labor investments, so things are generally getting better. but the market discounted that. up 20% year to date. >> we are up double digits this year. everyone's talking about the federal reserve and when the fed is going to start lowering that stimulus, winding down, beginning to wind down the
CNBC
Aug 4, 2013 7:30pm EDT
and mortgage backed securities to help keep interest rates low. the fed used the afraid modest growth rather than moderate growth. that was a light and subttle downgrade. the first reading was released this week and it came in stronger than expected. expectations had been for an increase of nine tenths of a percent. the biggest drag was government spending. consumer spending was relatively strong. here is some of the big companies reporting this week. pfizer, and mastercard beat analyst expectations. what a week, the july numbers are out, what does it mean for the economy and your economy, we have balance, the economics of great powers from ancient roam to modern america. also the dean of the school of business. also with us is david kelly who is a chief mortgage strategist, what did we learn this week? number one, the economy created 162,000 jobs for the month of july, blow expectations. what does the report tell you about where we are? >> we are not growing very fast in terms of gdp growth. we should not expect block bust ter employment growth. if we want to change, we'll have to gi
NBC
Aug 4, 2013 3:30pm PDT
buy bonds and mortgage-backed securities to keep interest rates low. but the fed used the phrase, modest growth instead of moderate growth. it was a slight and subtle down grade. the first reading of the gdp was released this week and it came in stronger than expected. it rose 1.7%. and expectations had been for an increase of .9 of a %. the biggest drag was government spending, with cut backs due to the sequester. consumer buying was strong. master card, beat analytss expectations. and the federal reserve meets, what does it mean for the economy and your money? joining me now, glenn hubbard. the author, and dean of the school of business at columbia university, and david kelly, he is the chief strategist with j.p. morgan fund. let's talk about the jobs report, the economy created 162,000 jobs for the month of july. below expectations even though the rate went down a bit. what does the report tell you where we are? >> we have a slug recovery, we are not growing facht. i think we are learning if we want to change, we have to give the economy a jolt. >> a jolt in what regard? >> a
CNBC
Aug 11, 2013 7:30pm EDT
data continues to move in the direction it's been rolling for us to dial back the monetary accommodation we've made to the system. >> he is not a voting member this year. do you think the tapering begins in september? >> actually, our firm does not think it's going to happen in september. we think it's more likely in december. obviously we didn't rule out september, but as you pointed out, we don't even have the inflation target of 2%. we're running 1.3%. >> i agree with you. i can't imagine 40 days from today the federal reserve starts cutting the number of bonds. you made an important point this week. i heard you on cnbc. you said maybe just the idea of talking about it was the beginning. what do you see? how do you see it playing out? >> i think the fed has conditioned incompetent vestors what to expect and they've been on the same page in saying tapering is not tightening. 6.5% unemployment, 2% inflation. that's for the fed to lift the rate. they want to distinguish between the amount of bonds and the ultimate increase in short term interest rates. i think the market's
NBC
Aug 25, 2013 2:30am EDT
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CNBC
Aug 25, 2013 7:30pm EDT
will it be for us to go on the press, you know, to the press, to the public while we focus on the issue. >> in spite of that the nasdaq composite was up more than 1% on thursday. the dow had a good day as well, breaking the longest losing streak on the year, six days of losses. the markets continued to climb on friday. the federal reserve's open market committee released minutes from july meeting and investors were hope for clarity on when the fed would begin to slow done the bond buying program. they were mostly disappointed. as a split fed provided few clues about just when that would happen. >>> some big names in retail reporting earnings this week. home depot beat earnings expectations an rised frooft as did rival lowe's. staples fell short, as did sears and jcpenney. >>> microsoft ceo steve ballmer is stepping down and will retire within 12 months but will continue on the job until the new leader for the company is found. microsoft shares jumped on the news. >>> a frozen market, some fed speak, and questions about tapering. what does it all mean to your money? joining me righ
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